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Fantasy Football Redraft Strategy

[highlight bgcolor="#33FF33"]CLICK HERE FOR OUR CURRENT FANTASY DRAFT INFORMATION[/highlight] Everybody loves their own team. After a draft, ask your friends how they think they did. Maybe a couple won’t be too ecstatic about it, but for the most part, everybody loves their own team. It’s just one of those things. Let me present some general ideas that you can take with you into the draft. First of all, don ...

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Best Free Fantasy Football League Hosts

Any diehard fantasy football fan has an opinion about the various websites available to play the game. As the most serious fan amongst your group of friends, it's ultimately up to you to make the decision on where to play. Each site seems to have its own benefits but who has time to participate in a league from every website? That's right, of course, I do. If you're looking for a list of features, it's best ...

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IDP Draft Strategy

[highlight bgcolor="#33FF33"]CLICK HERE FOR OUR CURRENT FANTASY DRAFT INFORMATION[/highlight] A man's draft strategy is sacred. Inevitably after a draft, every owner seems to love his team while he'll find 11 differing opinions concerning his rag-tag group of overachieving bums. This is a fact of life and there's no changing it. What you can control and change is how you approach a draft. Each league is uni ...

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Starting An IDP Dynasty League

About a month ago, I was invited into an expert IDP dynasty fantasy football league. Expert in this instance refers to the caliber of owners involved. Every owner in the league is highly knowledgeable fantasy football writer working for prominent sites all across the web. I don’t mention this to brag since hey, this is only fantasy football but this particular league is 12 teams deep and has a 40-man roster ...

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Matthew De Lima’s Expert Player Rankings

Time to gear up for another fantasy football season as fantasy expert Matthew De Lima (also writes for sites like FFToolbox and RotoExperts.com and 4for4.com) checks in on the website with his 2011 player rankings. Listed below are the top options Matt recommends you pay attention to as you head into your fantasy draft. For more of Matt's fantasy rankings, please use the drop down menu to view rankings for ...

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2011 NFL Mock Draft Selections – April

  1. Carolina Panthers: Cam Newton, QB, Auburn If he isn't the pick, open your windows and listen to half the world cheer and the other half to gasp in disbelief. 2. Denver Broncos: Marcell Dareus, DT, Alabama Best defensive lineman in the draft goes to the team with the worst defensive line. It's the circle of life. 3. Buffalo Bills: Von Miller, OLB, Texas A&M I'm not convinced this is the pick. W ...

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Top 100 NFL Draft Prospects: April 2011

The 2011 NFL Draft has a few potential headlines. They'll either involve a player slipping in the draft, for example, the rumors of Blaine Gabbert slipping out of the top ten. But what the headline should be, no matter what, is about how many defensive linemen will be drafted in the first round. There will at least a dozen of them. That's crazy. Unheard of. But with all these teams who need a QB, that may n ...

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2011 NFL Draft: Top Five Linebackers

This year’s linebacker draft class isn’t particularly strong. There are a handful of 3-4 pass-rushing OLBs that highlight this class, but for teams who need a traditional 4-3 LB, they may opt to wait until the middle rounds. Selecting the right LB is no easy task as well. Each team uses linebackers in their own way. Some teams utilize a Cover 2 (Tampa, Indy and Chicago) and rely on linebackers who excel at ...

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2011 NFL Draft: Top Five Defensive Backs

While LSU’s Patrick Peterson and Nebraska’s Prince Amukamara are garnering all the attention and headlines of the national media, there is a large second tier of defensive backs who deserve praise as well. Think back to the 2008 NFL Draft’s second and third round. Guys like Brandon Flowers, Tracy Porter, Terrell Thomas, Kenny Phillips and Charles Godfrey were all drafted by their respective team and are ver ...

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2011 NFL Draft: Top Five Defensive Tackles

A run right up the middle is the most basic play in football. If a team can't defend that, they need better defensive tackles. When you close your eyes and imagine a football player, what do you see? Do you see a 5'11" athletic man? Or do you see a hulking, 6'5", 300-pound agent of death? Personally, I see the latter. In my mind's eye, a football player looks like a defensive tackle: Big, strong and physica ...

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